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Guacamole Cheese is a thing, and it’s just in time for Cinco de Mayo

Chris Pastrick
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Amanti Guacamole Cheese, made by Daily Dairy in Holland, is headed for store shelves by May 1 — in time for your Cinco de Mayo food lineup.

Not since the days of “You got your chococlate in my peanut butter” has a flavor combination been so deliciously exciting.

Amanti Guacamole Cheese, made by Daily Dairy in Holland, is headed for store shelves by May 1 — in time for your Cinco de Mayo food lineup.

The Fresh Market, which has a Pittsburgh location on Washington Road in Mt. Lebanon, will stock the guacamole-infused gouda cheese at all of its 161 stores.

The cheese comes in a large wheel, which can be cut down and bought by the pound. The cheese appears as pale green and mixes avocado and lime juice with a hint of chili, tomato, onion, and garlic.

A spokesperson for The Fresh Market told Delish the guac cheese “has a smooth texture and rich creamy guacamole taste.”

It retails for $24.99 a pound.

Chris Pastrick is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Chris at 412-320-7898, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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